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Old 11-02-2011, 03:23 PM   #1
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anyone with H&R Street Performance SS Coilovers?

I noticed that H&R has a coilover system thats damper adjustable now, and was wondering if anyone was running these coils.

I've been looking for reviews but it seems that there are none out there...

If anything, I'll test these out and post a review myself.
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Old 11-02-2011, 08:44 PM   #2
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damper adjustable now??? thats good to hear! i have the old versions and i love them, although they're dampening is not adjustable i love how stiff and firm they are (and they go low). great set of coils and i can only imagine them being better now
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Old 11-02-2011, 08:59 PM   #3
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i need them.
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Old thread, wondering if anyone has any feedback on these yet. Very nice to see an adjustable shock now, made my Koni too.

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Yes, I am aware that I'm reviving an old thread but for what it's worth, I just ordered them and I'll post a review if you'd like.
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Ok, so it's been awhile since I put up that last post and awhile since I've been running the coilovers. My opinion? They're fantastic for a street car.
They've held up well and are pretty firm. However, I run them at their stiffest setting both front and rear. They seem a little soft for being at maximum stiffness.
I'm definitely happy with the coilovers, though.
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Ok, so it's been awhile since I put up that last post and awhile since I've been running the coilovers. My opinion? They're fantastic for a street car.
They've held up well and are pretty firm. However, I run them at their stiffest setting both front and rear. They seem a little soft for being at maximum stiffness.
I'm definitely happy with the coilovers, though.
I was looking into this kit for my car. How low do you have it right now?
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That low. I want to raise it so that I can take corners faster and I don't recommend them if you're doing that whole Hellaflush thing with your car. The springs aren't that stiff. Click image for larger version

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